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police officer could spend time behind bars after shooting an unarmed man. the charges she faces. and --- the brother of a man killed by a milwaukee police officer is demanding justice. why they say the officer should face additional charges to the ones that already put him behind bars. good morning and thanks for waking up with us. i'm derica williams. and i'm rachael kaye. we're starting off cool and mostly cloudy, but should see some sunshine return later this afternoon.
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tonight is looking mostly clear, but slightly above frost conditions, with temperatures falling into the upper 30s and low 40s. today: mostly cloudy start. pm clearing. high: 57
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police are asking for the public's help in finding the parents of a lost child. the baby was dropped off at a daycare near brown deer and swan road around 1-30 in the afternoon yesterday. his name is believed to be kingston and he's around six months old. he was dropped off with a diaper bag, formula, extra clothes and a car seat. he was dropped off by this man -- who looks to be between the ages of 18-20. the child is in great health and appears to be well taken care of. anyone with information should police. milwaukee police also investigating a shooting from overnight. it happened near 11th and hadley just after one this morning. we're told a 27-year-old male victim was shot while inside his home. police say he wasn't the intended target -- the shots came from a group arguing almost one block away. he was taken to the hospital and treated for non-life threatening injuries. milwaukee police are still looking for suspects. and just after 11-30 last night -- a wrong-way head-on crash
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barker. at this point -- no other details have been released. we'll bring you more updates as they come in. aggravated battery -- that's the charge issued against brown deer police officer... 27-year-old "devon kraemer" after a shooting on a county bus. it is a shooting that changed manuel burnley, jr's life forever. burnley was shot following a confrontation on the bus. investigators say the driver waved down two brown deer police officers. and tried to handcuff him. according to the criminal complaint, surveillance video showed burnley on his stomach, face down and officer kraemer firing one shot into his back. the officer later told investigator she could not see burnley's left arm and felt threatened. this is the first time in a decade a milwaukee area police officer has been charged for shooting a citizen. "he realizes many individuals in these kinds of case do not receive that kind of justice. he believes this is the right result and he is looking forward to provide any further
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accountable." because of this shooting burnley lost part of his lung, has fractured rib fragments and the bullet remains in his body. he never faced any charges stemming from this incident. meantime officer kraemer has been placed on paid administrative leave. brown deer police chief michael kass putting out a statement - quote: "as with any officer involved shooting, the brown deer police department recognized that criminal charges were always a possibility... ....we fully understand and accept the need for this high level of scrutiny within the criminal justice system." the family of sylville smith says they believe dominique heaggan-brown's sexual assault case should be tied to his use of deadly force in august. that shooting, of course, prompted two nights of violent protests. heaggan-brown shot and killed sylville smith while on duty
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and raised his gun toward officers when heaggan-brown opened fire. chief ed flynn says the investigation of that shooting should be based strictly on the facts and not the character of the officer involved. smith's family doesnt see it that way... "how do you not tie someone to an activity - an act that they did, a malicious crime, and then separate it from another malicious crime?" office is still reviewing the shooting of sylville smith. there is no timetable for when a charging decision will be announced. as for the sexual assault charges... heaggan-brown is being held on 100- thousand dollars' bond. only on fox6- a break in- vandalism- and a fire! the crooks are targeting boats! fox6's angelica sanchez has more
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somebody would do that. it just doesn't make any sense.'" this is whats left of a model 320 carver aft cabin boat. estimated at a 60-thousand dollar value ...now part of an arson investigation. officials believe it was set on fire by a flare gun. horny goat marina general manager... kurt bruck cant digest the bizarre vandalism several boats endured at his marina. 'my heart sank i never want to see something like that.' ' an estimated 8 to ten boats were broken into around 2:30 wednesday morningt spray paint...broken windows...stolen property and the torched boat. the glow from the flames was captured on marina security footage. 'to see a vessel like this in a pile is just heartbreaking.' many victims of the vandalism are out of town and had to be informed over the phone. boat owner jeff bennett says he's lucky his boat was unharmed. 'my boat was sitting two boat spaces down in the water from where it occurred... i was relived.' additional security has now been
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to bruck this latest incident is part of a bigger problem in the area. 'there is another boat yard about another mile away from here that has experienced several break ins....its not just a one time thing it seems something thats been on going.' at last check police were still searching for the person or persons responsible. we are told dna was found at the crime scene; this remains an ongoing investigation. in milwaukee's southside i'm angelica sanchez fox6 news. it's a day of smashing, slinging and chuckn grove's "great pumpkin chucking fest." if you enjoy wine -- you might want to grab a glass before you hear this news... why there may be a shortage of your favorite drink! it's time to clean out the medicine cabinet.. julie is live in wauwatosa for drug
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rachael adlibs "a year like none we've ever seen before. fox6 news is here to help you make the right decision. we'll give you the the polls because this isn't just our country's future, this is your future and fox6 news is here to help you decide because you
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. we're starting off
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sunshine return later this afternoon. highs will reach the mid to upper 50s. tonight is looking mostly clear, but slightly above frost conditions, with temperatures falling into the upper 30s and low 40s. today: mostly cloudy start. pm clearing. high: 57 wind: sw 5-10 mph from pies to pumpkins.... "the great pumpkin chucking fest" kick off in union grove today. in today's contest -- teams will be launching pumpkins using
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each team will be judged on machine design-- team presentation-- distance-- and accuracy. in addition to pumpkin chuckin', fest-goers can check out the "best in the midwest" barbecue cook off. one competitor says the cook-off competition is going to be tough this year. "we have 49 competitors from 6 or 7 states. some of the top ten in the country. it will be a tough contest." there will also be live music and kid's activities. free and runs through sunday. they're considered a gateway drug...prescription medication. it's why attorney general brad schimel is encouraging everyone to clean out their medicine cabinet at home... julie collins joins us live from the fall drug take back day in
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chat at hb we're starting off cool and mostly cloudy, but should see some sunshine return later this afternoon. highs will reach the mid to
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but slightly above frost conditions, with temperatures falling into the upper 30s and low 40s. sunday will be the warmest day on our 6 day planner, with highs in the mid 60s. although we'll start off sunny, we may see some passing afternoon clouds. monday will be sunny and cool, before rain chances return tuesday. clearing. high: 57 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. low: 43 wind: sw 3-8 mph sunday: mostly sunny and warmer. passing afternoon clouds. high: 64 wind: sw/nw 5-10 mph
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increasing clouds with the chance for rain in the afternoon. am low: 39 high: 54 wind: se 5-10 mph wednesday: cloudy and breezy with rain likely. am low: 43 high: 53 wind: se 5-15 mph thursday: mostly cloudy with showers possible in the mrn wind: nne 5-10 mph we're starting off cool and mostly cloudy, but should see some sunshine return later this afternoon. highs will reach the mid to upper 50s. tonight is looking mostly clear, but slightly above frost conditions, with temperatures falling into the upper 30s and low 40s.
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highs in the mid 60s. although we'll start off sunny, we may see some passing afternoon clouds. monday will be sunny and cool, before rain chances return tuesday. today: mostly cloudy start. pm clearing. high: 57 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. low: 43 wind: sw 3-8 mph sunday: mostly sunny and warmer. passing afternoon clouds. high: 64 wind: sw/nw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 42 high: 55 wind: nw 5-10 mph tuesday: increasing clouds with the chance for rain in the afternoon. am low: 39 high: 54 cloudy and breezy with rain likely. am low: 43 high: 53 wind: se 5-15 mph thursday: mostly cloudy with showers possible in the morning. am low: 45 high: 56
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six. we're wishing aniya ah-nye-ah in milwaukee a happy sixth birthday!she likes gymnastics, ice skating and reading. hucklan in west bend is turning the big six today! he likes legos, jumping on the trampoline and taekwondo. there six candles on liam's cake in franklin! loves his new baby sister. look who's six in cedarburg! maia myah likes dancing, drawing and playing with her sister. here's a nice birthday smile from lexi in pleasant prairie! she likes playing doctor, reading and being outside. we're cheering for jayda in milwaukee! she likes dancing, playing dress up and the littlest pet shop. to find out how to wish your child a happy sixth birthday on fox six wake up news - just log on to "fox six now dot com" - for all the
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i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. you know, seven hundred thousand dollars in the scheme of things... is a pretty reasonable compensation level. ron johnson paid himself seven hundred thousand dollars a year. all told, he took a ten million dollar corporate payout then moved to washington. where he fights against even the existence of any federal minimum wage. millions for him. not even $7.25 an hour for us. senator ron johnson.
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its been one of the worst years of wine production since the start of the century. and the international organization of vine and wine says extreme weather could be to blame. global wine production is expected to fall five-percent this year. the organization says, because of global warming, storms are more frequent, longer lasting and more a toll on vineyards. however -- australia, the u-s and spain are expected to have increased production, which should offset some of the damage. fortunately -- wine producers and sellers usually keep stocks of bottles in reserve in case of supply
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fighting to take back of the country's largest cities from the counter-attack the terror group is executing. and --- if you had trouble getting on your favorite sites yesterday -- a major cyber attack is to blame. the latest on the investigation into who is behind it. we're starting off cool and mostly cloudy, but should see some sunshine return later this afternoon. highs will reach the mid to upper 50s. tonight is looking mostly clear, but slightly above frost conditions, with temperatures falling into the
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clearing. high: 57 underway to push isis out of mosul -- iraq's second largest city, and the militants' last major stronghold in the country. isis now launching what is being seen as a counter-attack to that effort -- executing hundreds of residents. fox's john huddy has more
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in their fight against isis. the country's special forces say they are now in full control of a town about nine miles east of mosul. shaghati says: "..today's operations are carried out by the anti-terrorism forces to clean the city from ieds, mines and all obstructions set by the terrorists." voice of translator humanitarian concerns remain high as local troops fight to drive isis from iraq's second largest city. iraqi and kurdish forces are gaining ground in the area... and the u-n says the mili nearby villages to go to mosul. shamdasani says: "..we are gravely concerned by reports that isil is using the civilians in and around mosul as human shields as the iraqi forces advance." isis pushing back elsewhere by launching deadly attacks in and around kirkuk. that city is located some 100-miles from mosul... and the militant's actions are widely seen as a diversionary counterattack. diplomats also holding talks on defeating isis. defense secretary ash carter
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in the fight for mosul despite tensions between ankara and baghdad... while secretary of state john kerry hosts his kuwaiti counterpart in washington. kerry says: "..we are engaged in counter- daesh, counter-isil efforts, we're engaged in regional stabilization efforts." on cam tag more than a million people are said to be living in mosul. the u-n says that several hundred families have managed to escape the city but also warns that isis may be using as many as 550 famii in jerusalem, john huddy, fox news. in cameroon -- at least 70 people are dead and 300 others injured after a train derailed en route between cameroon's two largest cities yesterday. the 20-wagon train started having problems just three miles after leaving a station in the city of eseka. before the incident -- a bridge had collapsed over a nearby highway which led more passengers to seek rail transport than usual,
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to the train. the u-s was hit with a major cyber attack yesterday.. if you had trouble getting on popular sites like netflix.. twitter.. or reddit -- this is why. the outages are a result of a d-d-o-s, or denial of service attack, on large- scale domain manager, dyn. these kinds of attacks are attempts to overwhelm websites with so much traffic that it shuts down. dyn confirmed the attack and says all sites should be back is investigating who is behind it. "i know the department of homeland security, that is the us government agency that is responsible for monitoring our security in cyberspace and coordinating with the public and private sector to protect us interests in cyberspace, is monitoring the situation.' officials say they currently don't have any information to share about who
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a-t and t is looking to buy time warner. time warner's stock rose nearly 10 percent yesterday after reports that a-t and t may make a huge bid for the entertainment company. shares of a-t and t were down by four percent after the news broke. according to the report, the deal could happen as early as this weekend. but such a deal would send waves through the media sector -- giving a-t and t programming control of household names like c-n-n, h-b-o and cartoon network. time warner is the parent company of commented on this report. wells fargo's fake account scandal may cause the bank to close many of its locations. wells fargo hasn't announced any wide-scale branch closures -- but the crisis may eventually force the bank to do it. not only does wells fargo need to find ways to pay for legal and compliance costs linked to the mess... but the once-profitable branches may not make as much money now.
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unrealistic sales goals -- which employees say led to the creation of as many as 2-million fake accounts -- have been scrapped. one bank analyst predicts wells fargo will have to close a sixth of its six-thousand branches. ahead on wakeup --- even though the cold weather is upon us -- that doesn't mean it's time to hibernate. discover wisconsin takes you to the perfect cold-weather retreat. plus... youre going to want to tell me where it is. yes mr bruder i know i will. of the stars of the new movie inferno! how this movie will differ from other films in the davinci code franchise. julie is live at the wauwatosa police department for the fall drug take-back day.
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she saw the boots and fell for fall all over again. was she expecting to find the perfect designer boots at such an amazing price? no. but that's the beauty of a store full of surprises. you never know what you're gonna find,
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"a year like none we've ever seen before. fox6 news is here to help you make the right decision. we'll give you the information you need to know before you head to the polls because this isn't just our country's future, this is your future and fox6 news is here to help you decide beca matter." you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. we're starting off cool and mostly cloudy, but should see some sunshine return later this afternoon. highs will reach the mid to upper 50s. tonight is looking mostly clear, but slightly above frost conditions, with temperatures falling into the upper 30s and low 40s. today: mostly cloudy start. pm clearing. high: 57 wind: sw
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it's time to clean out the medicine cabinet at home -- the drug take-back initiative allows you to do so in a safe way. jullie collins joins us live from one of the locations taking part in the event
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chat at hb we're starting off cool and mostly cloudy, but should see some sunshine return later this afternoon. highs will reach the mid to upper 50s. tonight is looking mostly clear, but slightly above frost conditions, with temperatures falling into the sunday will be the warmest day on our 6 day planner, with highs in the mid 60s. although we'll start off sunny, we may see some passing afternoon clouds. monday will be sunny and cool, before rain chances return tuesday. today: mostly cloudy start. pm clearing. high: 57 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. low: 43 wind: sw 3-8 mph sunday: mostly sunny and warmer.
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monday: mostly sunny. am low: 42 high: 55 wind: nw 5-10 mph tuesday: increasing clouds with the chance for rain in the afternoon. am low: 39 high: 54 wind: se 5-10 mph wednesday: cloudy and breezy with rain likely. am low: 43 high: 53 wind: se 5-15 mph thursday: mostly cloudy with showers possible in the morning. am low: 45 high: 56 we're starting off cool and mostly cloudy, but should see some sunshine return later this afternoon. highs will reach the mid to upper 50s. tonight is looking mostly clear, but slightly above frost conditions, with temperatures falling into the upper 30s and low 40s. sunday will be the warmest day on our 6 day planner, with
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we may see some passing afternoon clouds. monday will be sunny and cool, before rain chances return tuesday. today: mostly cloudy start. pm clearing. high: 57 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. low: 43 wind: sw 3-8 mph sunday: mostly sunny and warmer. passing afternoon clouds. high: 64 wind: sw/nw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: wind: nw 5-10 mph tuesday: increasing clouds with the chance for rain in the afternoon. am low: 39 high: 54 wind: se 5-10 mph wednesday: cloudy and breezy with rain likely. am low: 43 high: 53 wind: se 5-15 mph thursday: mostly cloudy with showers possible in the morning. am low: 45 high: 56
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it's the latest thriller based off "the da vinci code" o our hollywood insider gino salomone gets a first look at "inferno." youre going to want to tell me where it is. yes mr bruder i know i will. tell them humanity is the diseade. inferno is the cure.
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good work. thanks man. guys like this its possible you know there is almost a convincing credo put out by him that kind of makes you believe what hes saying. the population is spiraling out of control. inferno is out half the worlds population unless we find this virus. this is down to dan brown and david of screenwriter. the statistics are real. they speak for themselves. working with ron howard. a great pleasure? of course of course its rare. and i couldnt believe it doing his movie. i dont have enough english to describe my pleasure and the honor i have to and how it was. to learn from a man like that
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still down to earth and humble. and still giving some space to the collaborators. for the actors and crew members thats how i think people are behind. you want to follow him you want to be a wonderful ship captain. professor langdon we need your help. three days ago a man killed himself and in his pocket was a package. and what was in it? its dantes inferno. dante defined our modern definition of hell 700 years ago. the plague exists. you dont know what the government will do to get it. the professor has become a liability. lets go go. theres always a way out. its nice to have you
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is real. we only have 48 hours to stop an extinction level event. i will do everything i can to find it. inferno will be in theaters this friday. you can catch gino salomone weekdays on fox six news at
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wakeup news. here's a live look outside today it's going to be..... even though winter may be right
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this week, discover wisconsin explores sheboygan -- the perfect place for a fall or winter retreat. mariah we already love sheboygan for its gorgeous waterfront, sandy beaches and costal vibe, but what happens in this lakeside town when the temperatures take a dip?visitors can zip around town with sheboygan segway tours for a truly unique sightseeing experience, all while learning about the history of is the best way to see sheboygan!now, the fall colors are spectacular, but a true sign of fall in this german town? eric ah! guten morgan from oktoberfest in sheboygan! yeah, this calls for a beer.oktoberfest b-roll franks 'happy people' sot? mariah we all know wisconsin does beer better than almost anywhere else, and at the blue harbor craft beer festival, you can try over 100
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b-roll eric even when the snow starts to fly, dont start wishing for warmer weather just yet! sheboygans maywood environmental park is home to miles of gorgeous trails perfect for winter recreation. david so the trails here at maywood, eric, are really fantastic for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, even hiking is great in the wintertime. mariah sheboygan is packed with plenty of activities that will get you in the holiday spirit!first up: the holiday memories exhibit at the sheboygan historical museum. the animated displays will leave you feeling nostalgic for a christmas of days gone by. through every year. i enjoy it because to see the generations, you know the grandparents enjoying it with their grandchildren and the memories that flood back from you know those days when they were children. mariah and for a truly magical holiday event, head over to wade house for a 19th century christmas! kathy wade house is a stagecoach inn built in 1850 to accommodate all the guests that were going from sheboygan to fond du lac, and this is the halfway point. this is our christmas celebration, so come on in and see all the festivities!wade house b-roll mariah come along for some fall and winter fun, as we discover that sheboygan isnt just for summertime! scover wisconsin airs sunday at ten a-m... right here on fox l anchorshatlib weather stay wi-
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police officer is charged.. after a suspect is shot in the back while lying on the ground. what sparked the altercation. and -- why the brother of a man killed by a milwaukee police officer says that officer should be facing charges -- in addition to the ones that have already landed him in jail. good morning and thanks for waking up with us. i'm derica williams. and i'm rachael kaye. we're starting off cool and mostly cloudy, but should see highs will reach the mid to upper 50s. tonight is looking mostly clear, but slightly above frost conditions, with temperatures falling into the upper 30s and low 40s. today: mostly cloudy start. pm clearing. high: 57
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news from overnight -- milwaukee police are asking for the parents of a lost child. the baby was dropped off at a daycare near brown deer and swan road around 1-30 in the afternoon yesterday. his name is believed to be kingston and he's around six months old. he was dropped off with a diaper bag, formula, extra clothes and a car seat. he was dropped off by this man -- who looks to be between the ages of 18-20. the child is in great health and appears to be well taken care of. anyone with information should get in touch with milwaukee
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investigating a shooting from overnight. it happened near 11th and hadley just after one this morning. we're told a 27-year-old male victim was shot while inside his home. police say he wasn't the intended target -- the shots came from a group arguing almost one block away. he was taken to the hospital and treated for non-life threatening injuries. milwaukee police are still looking for suspects. and just after 11-30 last night -- a wrong-way head-on crash happened near capitol and barker. at this point - been released. we'll bring you more updates as they come in. a brown deer police officer is charged with aggravated battery after shooting an unarmed man who was lying face down on the ground. our ashley sears has more on how the victim's attorney is reacting. 34:09 this is the first case, i've seen where you have facts like this. after seven months of waiting-- there is a decision to charge brown deer
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31:37 in some degree he has a sense of relief. attorney jon safran speaks for his client manuel burnley jr. a man shot and injured by officer kraemer in march. 31:51 he realizes many individuals in these kinds of case do not receive that kind of justice. it all began with a confrontation on a milwaukee county bus. the driver waived down two brown deer police officers. according to a criminal complaint, the two pulled burnley from the bus. they tried cuffing him, but he resisted...burnley and the officers fell shows burnley face down on his stomach, unarmed as officer kraemer fires one shot into his back. she later told investigators she could not see his left arm and feared for her safety. safran says burnley was hospitalized for 12 days and lost part of his lung and still has the bullet lodged in his body. 28:17 mr. burnley is lucky to be alive and lucky to not be paralyzed from being shot. safran and his client now wait--
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32:03 he believes this is the right result and he is looking forward to provide any further information and for this officer to be held accountable. burnley never faced charges stemming from this incident. officer kraemer has been placed on paid administrative leave. if convicted of the criminal charge, she could face more than 15 years behind bars. in brown deer, ashley sears fox 6 news. brown deer police chief michael kass putting out a statement -- sa "as with any officer involved shooting, the brown deer police department recognized that criminal charges were always a possibility... ....we fully understand and accept the need for this high level of scrutiny within the criminal justice system." the family of sylville smith says they believe dominique heaggan-brown's sexual assault case should be tied to his use of deadly force in august. that shooting, of course, prompted two nights of violent
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sylville smith while on duty august 13th. police have said smith was armed and raised his gun toward officers when heaggan-brown opened fire. chief ed flynn says the investigation of that shooting should be based strictly on the facts and not the character of the officer involved. smith's family doesnt see it that way... "how do you not tie someone to an activity - an act that they did, a malicious crime, and then separate it from another malicious crime?" office is still reviewing the shooting of sylville smith. there is no timetable for when a charging decision will be announced. as for the sexual assault charges... heaggan-brown is being held on 100- thousand dollars' bond. ahead on wakeup. the temperatures may be dropping but the fun in milwaukee isn't stopping. katy deardorff from visit milwaukee helps you figure out your weekend plans! we're just about a week away from halloween --
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catch fire in a matter of minutes. they help feline freinds every day. now they could use your help! what the oldest no-kill cat shelter in milwaukee is asking for. and julie is live at the wauwatosa police department for the fall drug take-back event. julie adlibs rachael adlibs "a year like none we've ever seen before. fox6 news is here to help you make the right decision. we'll give you the information you need to know before you head to the polls because this isn't just our country's future, this is your future and fox6 news is here to help you decide because you
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she saw the boots and fell for fall all over again. was she expecting to find the perfect designer boots at such an amazing price? no. but that's the beauty of a store full of surprises. you never know what you're gonna find,
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(beep, camera shutter click) did you just see that? that was awesome. we have to try it. okay. okay, mine's not working. maybe you have to bump it. oh, yeah. do the bump it thing. right. okay, yeah. (muffled) you can take money out using the bmo harris app! you want to buy a hairless cat? there's a pet store down the street. cool... app". yeah, that makes more sense. when your phone is your debit card.
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. we're starting off cool and mostly cloudy, but should see some sunshine return later this afternoon. highs will reach the mid to upper 50s. tonight is looking mostly clear, but slightly above frost conditions, with temperatures
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mostly cloudy start. pm clearing. high: 57 wind: sw 5-10 mph they're considered a gateway it's why attorney general brad schimel is encouraging everyone to clean out their medicine cabinet at home... julie collins joins us live from the fall drug take back day in
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mostly cloudy, but should see some sunshine return later this afternoon. highs will reach the mid to upper 50s. tonight is looking mostly clear, but slightly above frost conditions, with temperatures falling into the upper 30s and low 40s. sunday will be the warmest day on our 6 day planner, with highs in the mid 60s. we may see some passing afternoon clouds. monday will be sunny and cool, before rain chances return tuesday. today: mostly cloudy start. pm clearing. high: 57 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. low: 43 wind: sw 3-8 mph sunday: mostly sunny and warmer.
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monday: mostly sunny. am low: 42 high: 55 wind: nw 5-10 mph tuesday: increasing clouds with the chance for rain in the afternoon. am low: 39 high: 54 wind: se 5-10 mph wednesday: likely. am low: 43 high: 53 wind: se 5-15 mph thursday: mostly cloudy with showers possible in the morning. am low: 45 high: 56 wind: nne 5-10 mph the vet bills are piling up and this organization survives entirely on
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shelter needs your help -- at
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this organization survives entirely on donations. milwaukees oldest "no-kill" cat shelter needs your help -- at their biggest fundraiser of the year.. happening today. fox6s deandra corinthios with what it means for the animals. happy endings on milwaukees south side...is a safe haven for all cats "we dont turn down really any of them ." cats that have been abused ...neglected...even feral...are safe here. there are a lot of e back to health...a lot that other shelters wont touch" that comes at a huge cost for a shelter run entirely on donations...and by volunteers. it takes about 800 lbs of litter a month special food ...a lot of food we get donated but we have to buy the prescription" "food and supplies for the cats are very expensive but medical care is the biggest expense. last year the shelter spent 80 thousand
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right through" a pair of kittens came in monday...one with a neck injury...another with a missing paw. theyre on pain meds twice a day theyre on an antibiotic" the shelter's annual auction is saturday-- they're hoping to raise 10 thousand dollars. "youre such a cuddle bug arent you" volunteers like kelley wagner do what they can to support the animals... "we want to make sure we give them the love and the attention they need" donating not only their time and supplies... but also...their own money. "if were low on something well you know run out and get it and bring it in just to make sure they get it's a tough job... 'if we dont do it who is going to? somebody has to." and any help...is more than welcome. in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news. the happy endings auction runs from 3 to 8 p-m at the knights of columbus in west allis...that is at 18-hundred south 92nd street. there will be gift cards... jewelry... antiques and more. we have all the information for you at fox 6 now dot com...
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at...! halloween is about a week away. chances are ... your kids already have their costumes ... or at least a short list to whittle down from. but halloween does have hidden dangers. jenna sachs has the contact six test ... that could save your family a trip to the e-r. hopefully the only mist you'll ... comes from a fog machine. not like this rising smoke ... with a wafting chemical smell ... at underwriters laboratories in northbrook, illinois. what we're looking for here is actually the speed with which a costume might burn. u-l invited contact 6 ... to witness this spooky experiment. you can tell some of them will burn faster. the flame will go up much more quickly than in other costumes. the lab is burning a number of halloween costumes ...all made of synthetic fibers ... to show
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in contact with jack-o-lantern ... or a driveway lined with candles. parents should use caution. it's a time when kids are very excited but we want to try to keep those kids and those costumes away from candles. we start with this egyptian princess costume. once lit .... the flames spread quickly up the flimsy skirt. contact six keeps a timer running ... and finds that within two minutes ... the entire dress is on fire. soon ... the wig's hair is fusing into hot clumps ... the tunic melts and falls to the floor. the fact is, if a child were in that costume even a scare them. one thing we're looking for during these burns is how easy it is for looser costumes to catch fire, especially those with dangling shawls and large skirts like this mermaid costume. the mermaid was a very frilly costume and another type of costume that seems to be involved in a little bit more fires just because there's a lot more fabric that could be on the ground and could catch on a candle that might be in a
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mermaid skirt ... don't spread nearly as quickly as they do on this ninja costume. within 30 seconds ... we see the big danger here. a dangerous, hot chemical drip. there's something called flaming drip, and that's just the plastic material melting and falling away from the rest of the costume. this drip could ignite a secondary fire ... or worse ... burn a child's skin ... even leave it disfigured. the skin is the largest organ of your body and when you start damaging that, you're gonna end up in the hospital with sk that are just not fun. lastly ... the 'oh-so-cute' lion costume. i was a little sad to see this one go up in flames. it takes three and a half minutes for the fire to reach the lion's face. that may seem like a long time ... but not necessarily. costumes are not necessarily the easist thing to get out of if they're burning. you've got snaps and buttons that the child can't reach so you need someone
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halloween ... it maybe a good time to review 'stop, drop and roll.' and the lab has some more lessons for parents ... including a warning about those halloween decorations. if you're decorating outdoors, make sure you get decorations that are suitable for outdoor use. you know how you can tell that? look at the ul label. if it's a red ul in a circle that means it's an outdoor decoration and was given extra tests for rain and cold weather. also ... never use metal nails or st could damage the wire ... and give yourself a shock or start a fire. instead ... opt for plastic hooks. and while this test revealed a lot of lessons for parents to review with their kids ... let's not forget adults ... can be pretty careless too. especially when alcohol ... and cigarettes are involved. so let's all be careful this halloween ... and make sure these burning costumes ... are the scariest images you have to
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now at 8-30... a look at this morning's top stories. milwaukee police have found the parents of the lost child -- we're told there was a miscommunication as to who had the child in their custody. the baby was dropped off at a daycare near brown deer and swan road around 1-30 in the afternoon the matter has since been resolved. milwaukee police also investigating a shooting from overnight. it happened near 11th and hadley just after one this morning. we're told a 27-year-old male victim was shot while inside his home. police say he wasn't the intended target -- the shots came from a group arguing almost one block away. he was taken to the hospital and treated for non-life threatening injuries. milwaukee police are still looking for suspects.
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happened near capitol and barker. at this point -- no other details have been released. we'll bring you more updates as they come in. we're starting off cool and mostly cloudy, but should see some sunshine return later this afternoon. highs will reach the mid to upper 50s. tonight is looking mostly clear, but slightly above frost conditions, with temperatures falling into the upper 30s and low 40s. today: mostly cloudy start. pm clearing. high: 57 wind: sw 5-10 mph
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isis. an iraqi intelligence force tells c-n-n the terror group executed 284 men and boys. according to the source, they were killed yesterday. they were rounded up near the city, and used as human shields against attacks forcing the group out of the city. isis used a bulldozer to dump the bodies into a mass grave. yesterday morning, militants attacked the city of kirkuk. distracted attention from the city. in cameroon -- at least 70 people are dead and 300 others injured after a train derailed en route between cameroon's two largest cities yesterday. the 20-wagon train started having problems just three miles after leaving a station in the city of eseka. before the incident -- a bridge had collapsed over a nearby highway which led more passengers to seek rail transport than usual, and the rail company added eight more wagons
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suspended -- after threatening to cut off the heads of unruly students. it happened during a second-grade class in newark, ohio. one of the children came home and told her parents she had a bad day at school. she said the substitute made the threat after getting fed up with kids bad behavior. the teacher was apparently trying to shock the students into paying attention -- but parents say it went way too far. "he said that he would cut our heads off and bury us by the school and after he said that all the kids were jumping out of their seats, getting screaming and crying." "i think he needs to be behind bars." the school is investigating the situation and the substitute will not work in the district pending the results of the investigation. it seems halloween is over for one elementary school in connecticut. a letter sent home to parents by the principal says the school
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parade and the wearing of costumes in school." the letter says that the decision was made to prevent students from feeling excluded and to ensure the safety of students in light of "increasing societal safety concerns." the school is concerned about adults who come to the parade wearing costumes posing a threat. classroom celebrations will still be held but with an autumn theme instead of halloween. several major websites came to a screeching halt yesterday in what cyber attack... reporter andy rose has more on the hack and who may be responsible.... in what appears to be three separate attacks, popular u.s. websites experienced disrupted service friday after hackers attempted to jam them up with traffic. called a d-dos attack, hackers flood websites with so much traffic, that the sites cannot operate normally and users are unable to access them. dyn, which manages website
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traffic, said the attack started early this morning, mainly affecting people on the east coast. but by the afternoon, europe was reporting outages as well. popular sites including twitter, amazon, etsy, and netflix all went down or experienced connectivity issues at some point during the day. and while many are back up and running, issues are still being reported by users. no person or group has taken responsibility for the attacks, and the white house says they are looking into it josh earnest/ white house press secretary: "the us government agency monitoring our security in cyberspace and coordinating with the public and private sector to protect us interests in cyberspace, is monitoring the situation. and they'll take a close look at it. at this point i don't have any information to share about who might be responsible for that malicious activity." in an interesting twist, wikileaks, the site responsible for exposing some of hillary clinton's emails, sent a tweet today attempting to distance themselves from the attack. "mr. assange is still alive and wikileaks is still publishing. we ask supporters to stop taking down
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rose reporting. a-t and t is looking to buy time warner. time warner's stock rose nearly 10 percent yesterday after reports that a-t and t may make a huge bid for the entertainment company. shares of a-t and t were down by four percent after the news broke. according to the report, the deal could happen as early as this weekend. but such a deal would send waves through the media sector -- giving a-t and t programming control of household name network. time warner is the parent company of cnn. neither company has commented on this report. ahead on wakeup. from scary haunted houses to family friendly fall fun.. katy deardorff from visit milwaukee has the scoop on the events you'll want to check out. it's the spookiest time of the year... and one unusual place is getting in on the halloween fun. where you can get a scare and a wash. it's the fall drug take-back day.. julie collins joins us live from one of the
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seen before. fox6 news is here to help you make the right decision. we'll give you the information you need to know before you head to the polls because this isn't just our country's future, this is your future and fox6 news is here to help you decide because you matter." wakeup news. we're starting off cool and mostly cloudy, but should see some sunshine return later this afternoon. highs will reach the mid to upper 50s. tonight is looking mostly clear, but slightly above frost conditions, with temperatures falling into the upper 30s and low 40s. today: mostly cloudy start. pm clearing. high: 57
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the goal is to provide a safe, convenient and responsible means to dispose of prescription medications. julie collins joins us live from the wauwatosa police department for the fall drug take-back day.
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all chat at hb we're starting off cool and mostly cloudy, but should see some sunshine return later this afternoon. highs will reach the mid to upper 50s. tonight is looking mostly clear, but slightly above frost conditions, with temperatures falling into the
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on our 6 day planner, with highs in the mid 60s. although we'll start off sunny, we may see some passing afternoon clouds. monday will be sunny and cool, before rain chances return tuesday. today: mostly cloudy start. pm clearing. high: 57 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: low: 43 wind: sw 3-8 mph sunday: mostly sunny and warmer. passing afternoon clouds. high: 64 wind: sw/nw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 42 high: 55 wind: nw 5-10 mph tuesday:
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afternoon. am low: 39 high: 54 wind: se 5-10 mph wednesday: cloudy and breezy with rain likely. am low: 43 high: 53 wind: se 5-15 mph thursday: mostly cloudy with showers possible in the morning. am low: 45 high: 56 wind: nne 5-10 mph but that doesn't mean you have
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but that doesn't mean you have to go in hiding -- there's still plenty to do around the city. katy deardorff from visit milwaukee is here to fill us
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watching the fox 6 wakeup news. an elephant at the denver zoo is getting into the spirit of halloween. bodhi is a 12 year old elephant -- and he crushed two 600 pound pumpkins. the event didn't quite go as planned -- because the zoo's youngest elephant.. shied away o that's when bodhi stepped in. catch us again on wakeup sunday
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